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Presence And Absence In Lochner: Making Rights Real, Eileen A. Scallen Dec 1995

Presence And Absence In Lochner: Making Rights Real, Eileen A. Scallen

UC Law Constitutional Quarterly

No abstract provided.


Game Plan For A Successful Products Liability Action Against Manufacturers Of Artificial Turf, Brian J. Duff Dec 1995

Game Plan For A Successful Products Liability Action Against Manufacturers Of Artificial Turf, Brian J. Duff

Seton Hall Journal of Sports and Entertainment Law

No abstract provided.


In The Best Interests Of The Game: The Authority Of The Commissioner Of Major League Baseball, Ted Curtis Dec 1995

In The Best Interests Of The Game: The Authority Of The Commissioner Of Major League Baseball, Ted Curtis

Seton Hall Journal of Sports and Entertainment Law

No abstract provided.


Sexual Harassment Of Student Athletes And The Law: A Review Of The Rights Afforded Students, John T. Wolohan Dec 1995

Sexual Harassment Of Student Athletes And The Law: A Review Of The Rights Afforded Students, John T. Wolohan

Seton Hall Journal of Sports and Entertainment Law

No abstract provided.


The Death Penalty In The Twenty-First Century , Stephen B. Bright, Edward Chikofsky, Laurie Ekstrand, Harriet C. Ganson, Paul D. Kamenar, Robert E. Morin, William G. Otis, Jasmin Raskin, Ira P. Robbins, Diann Rust-Tierney, Charles F. Shilling, Andrew L. Sooner, Ronald J. Rabak, David V. Drehle, James Wootton Dec 1995

The Death Penalty In The Twenty-First Century , Stephen B. Bright, Edward Chikofsky, Laurie Ekstrand, Harriet C. Ganson, Paul D. Kamenar, Robert E. Morin, William G. Otis, Jasmin Raskin, Ira P. Robbins, Diann Rust-Tierney, Charles F. Shilling, Andrew L. Sooner, Ronald J. Rabak, David V. Drehle, James Wootton

American University Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Arts: A Traditional Sphere Of Free Expression? First Amendment Implications Of Government Funding To The Arts In The Aftermath Of Rust V. Sullivan , Thomas P. Leff Dec 1995

The Arts: A Traditional Sphere Of Free Expression? First Amendment Implications Of Government Funding To The Arts In The Aftermath Of Rust V. Sullivan , Thomas P. Leff

American University Law Review

No abstract provided.


United States V. Clary: Equal Protection And The Crack Statute , Jason A. Gillmer Dec 1995

United States V. Clary: Equal Protection And The Crack Statute , Jason A. Gillmer

American University Law Review

No abstract provided.


Transsexualism As Metaphor: The Collision Of Sex And Gender, Leslie Pearlman Dec 1995

Transsexualism As Metaphor: The Collision Of Sex And Gender, Leslie Pearlman

Buffalo Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Arts: A Traditional Sphere Of Free Expression? First Amendment Implications Of Government Funding To The Arts In The Aftermath Of Rust V. Sullivan , Thomas P. Leff Dec 1995

The Arts: A Traditional Sphere Of Free Expression? First Amendment Implications Of Government Funding To The Arts In The Aftermath Of Rust V. Sullivan , Thomas P. Leff

American University Law Review

No abstract provided.


International Forum Non Conveniens: "Section 1404.5"- A Proposal In The Interest Of Sovereignty, Comity, And Individual Justice , Peter J. Carney Dec 1995

International Forum Non Conveniens: "Section 1404.5"- A Proposal In The Interest Of Sovereignty, Comity, And Individual Justice , Peter J. Carney

American University Law Review

No abstract provided.


Welcoming Remarks And Statement Of The Issues, Fred H. Cate Dec 1995

Welcoming Remarks And Statement Of The Issues, Fred H. Cate

Federal Communications Law Journal

The creation, manipulation, transmission, storage, and use of information constitute the United States' and the world's largest economic sector, affecting almost every aspect of business, education, government, and entertainment. The convener of From Conduit to Content: The Emergence of Information Policy and Law introduces The Annenberg Washington Program forum by noting the proliferation of information technologies and services, the diversity of industries and interests affected, and the number of government entities with jurisdiction, that contribute to both the complexity and the importance of information policy making.

From Conduit to Content: The Emergence of Information Policy and Law. The Annenberg Washington …


Freedom Of Information And The Eu Data Protection Directive, James R. Maxeiner Dec 1995

Freedom Of Information And The Eu Data Protection Directive, James R. Maxeiner

Federal Communications Law Journal

Because of advancements in information technology, the tension between protection of privacy and freedom of information has intensified. In the United States this tension is addressed with sector specific laws, like the Fair Credit Reporting Act. Conversely, in Europe, data protection laws of general applicability have existed for two decades. Recently, the Council of Ministers adopted a Common Position in a data protection directive.
The Author analyzes specific provisions of the Directive, primarily focusing on the provisions that address the tension between the right of privacy and the free flow of information within the European Union. Ultimately, the Directive strikes …


Panel Two: Information Policy Making, Allen S. Hammond, Bruce W. Mcconnell, Michael Nelson, Janice Obuchowski, Marc Rotenberg, Fred H. Cate Dec 1995

Panel Two: Information Policy Making, Allen S. Hammond, Bruce W. Mcconnell, Michael Nelson, Janice Obuchowski, Marc Rotenberg, Fred H. Cate

Federal Communications Law Journal

The second panel of From Conduit to Content: The Emergence of Information Policy and Law addresses the government's response to the policy making challenges presented by information. Panelists from the government and academia explore the question: "How has, and how should, the policy-making process respond to the diversity of issues, interests, and policymakers?" Participants include Fred H. Cate, Allen S. Hammond, Bruce W. McConnell, Michael Nelson, Janice Obuchowski, and Marc Rotenbergaddresses the government's response to the policy making challenges presented by information. Panelists from the government and academia explore the question: "How has, and how should, the policy-making process respond …


Panel One: Information Issues: Intellectual Property, Privacy, Integrity, Interoperability, And The Economics Of Information, Anne W. Branscomb, Brian Kahin, Ellen M. Kirsh, P. Michael Nugent, Fred H. Cate Dec 1995

Panel One: Information Issues: Intellectual Property, Privacy, Integrity, Interoperability, And The Economics Of Information, Anne W. Branscomb, Brian Kahin, Ellen M. Kirsh, P. Michael Nugent, Fred H. Cate

Federal Communications Law Journal

The first panel of From Conduit to Content: The Emergence of Information Policy and Law examines the wide range of legal and regulatory issues presented by information, including intellectual property, privacy, free expression, liability for false or damaging expression, interoperability, international trade, antitrust, and government investment in and provision of information. Participants include Anne W. Branscomb, Fred H. Cate, Brian Kahin, Ellen M. Kirsh, and P. Michael Nugent.

From Conduit to Content: The Emergence of Information Policy and Law. The Annenberg Washington Program. Friday, March 3 1995, Washington, D.C.


The Last Mile: A Race For Local Telecommunications Competition Policy, Craig D. Dingwall Dec 1995

The Last Mile: A Race For Local Telecommunications Competition Policy, Craig D. Dingwall

Federal Communications Law Journal

Although AT&T relinquished control of its local exchange carriers (LECs) in 1983, competition in the local telecommunications market has not flourished. Instead, Bell Operating Companies (BOCs) still retain the bulk of the market share for local exchange services, and most customers cannot access alternative local exchange service providers. In the long-distance market, however, increased competition has provided customers with better services at lower costs. In order to reproduce the notable consumer advantages found in the long-distance market, consumers must have consistent, convenient access to a multiplicity of alternative service providers.

The Author examines barriers surrounding the lack of competition in …


Masthead Vol.48 No.1 (1995) Dec 1995

Masthead Vol.48 No.1 (1995)

Federal Communications Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Free Exercise, Fair Housing And Marital Status—Alaskan Style, David Kushner Dec 1995

Free Exercise, Fair Housing And Marital Status—Alaskan Style, David Kushner

Alaska Law Review

No abstract provided.


Cumulative Index Volumes I-Xii Dec 1995

Cumulative Index Volumes I-Xii

Alaska Law Review

No abstract provided.


Antitrust - Exemption - Baseball's Antitrust Exemption Does Not Extend To Decisions Involving Sale And Location Of Baseball Franchises - Butterworth V. National League Of Professional Baseball Clubs, Et Al., 644 So.2d 1021 (Fla. 1994)., Brian J. Duff Dec 1995

Antitrust - Exemption - Baseball's Antitrust Exemption Does Not Extend To Decisions Involving Sale And Location Of Baseball Franchises - Butterworth V. National League Of Professional Baseball Clubs, Et Al., 644 So.2d 1021 (Fla. 1994)., Brian J. Duff

Seton Hall Journal of Sports and Entertainment Law

No abstract provided.


Salt Equalizer, Vol. 1995, Issue 4, Society Of American Law Teachers Dec 1995

Salt Equalizer, Vol. 1995, Issue 4, Society Of American Law Teachers

SALT Equalizer

Contents of this issue:

Patricia A. Cain & Elisa Garcia, Barbara Aldave to Receive 1996 SALT Teaching Award in San Antonio, at 1.

Patricia A. Cain, President's Column, at 1.

SALT Events at the AALS Meeting, at 3.

Plan Now for Cover Conference in March, at 4.

Remember to Contribute to the Stuart Filler Fund, at 4.

Scott Taylor Elected as SALT's New Treasurer, at 4.

Joyce Saltalamachia, SALT Board Meets in New York, at 5.


The Ex-Public Figure: A Libel Plaintiff Without A Class, Elsa Ransom Dec 1995

The Ex-Public Figure: A Libel Plaintiff Without A Class, Elsa Ransom

Seton Hall Journal of Sports and Entertainment Law

No abstract provided.


Mike Keenan's Power Play - A Slap Shot Against The Rangers And A Slap On The Wrist By The Nhl, Mark A. Conrad Dec 1995

Mike Keenan's Power Play - A Slap Shot Against The Rangers And A Slap On The Wrist By The Nhl, Mark A. Conrad

Seton Hall Journal of Sports and Entertainment Law

No abstract provided.


Liability-Based Fee-Shifting Rules And Settlement Mechanisms Under Incomplete Information, Eric Talley Dec 1995

Liability-Based Fee-Shifting Rules And Settlement Mechanisms Under Incomplete Information, Eric Talley

Chicago-Kent Law Review

No abstract provided.


Drawing The Boundary Between Copyright And Contract: Copyright Preemption Of Software License Terms, Maureen A. O'Rourke Dec 1995

Drawing The Boundary Between Copyright And Contract: Copyright Preemption Of Software License Terms, Maureen A. O'Rourke

Duke Law Journal

No abstract provided.


The New Logic Of Affirmative Action, Charles W. Collier Dec 1995

The New Logic Of Affirmative Action, Charles W. Collier

Duke Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Arbitrariness And The Death Penalty In An International Context, Mary K. Newcomer Dec 1995

Arbitrariness And The Death Penalty In An International Context, Mary K. Newcomer

Duke Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Journal Staff Dec 1995

Journal Staff

Duke Law Journal

No abstract provided.


International Forum Non Conveniens: "Section 1404.5"- A Proposal In The Interest Of Sovereignty, Comity, And Individual Justice , Peter J. Carney Dec 1995

International Forum Non Conveniens: "Section 1404.5"- A Proposal In The Interest Of Sovereignty, Comity, And Individual Justice , Peter J. Carney

American University Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Death Penalty In The Twenty-First Century , Stephen B. Bright, Edward Chikofsky, Laurie Ekstrand, Harriet C. Ganson, Paul D. Kamenar, Robert E. Morin, William G. Otis, Jasmin Raskin, Ira P. Robbins, Diann Rust-Tierney, Charles F. Shilling, Andrew L. Sooner, Ronald J. Rabak, David V. Drehle, James Wootton Dec 1995

The Death Penalty In The Twenty-First Century , Stephen B. Bright, Edward Chikofsky, Laurie Ekstrand, Harriet C. Ganson, Paul D. Kamenar, Robert E. Morin, William G. Otis, Jasmin Raskin, Ira P. Robbins, Diann Rust-Tierney, Charles F. Shilling, Andrew L. Sooner, Ronald J. Rabak, David V. Drehle, James Wootton

American University Law Review

No abstract provided.


United States V. Clary: Equal Protection And The Crack Statute , Jason A. Gillmer Dec 1995

United States V. Clary: Equal Protection And The Crack Statute , Jason A. Gillmer

American University Law Review

No abstract provided.